"For most people the thing they most treasure is staying alive on earth.  As a result they live their entire lives in bondage to fear of physical death." - Dallas Willard

 

Can we know what will happen to us when we die?  In Why Fear Death?, author Curtis Coleman answers, "Yes!"   Leveraging his college and seminary training in the original Biblical languages and his experience building a successful international biotechnology company, Coleman masterfully weaves the Bible, modern science and popular culture into a tour de force that demystifies death and argues that the fear of dying can be defeated by knowing what many have argued is "unknowable."

 

"This is an incredible, Biblically-based book on Heaven. I am highly recommending it to many friends who have lost loved ones or those who just want to know about Heaven. The author, Curtis Coleman has a great love for the Lord and knowledge of the Bible."  - Kendra

 

"As a Lay Supply Pastor, I thought this would be GREAT reference material for a series of sermons. The book is a 'home run'!! It is well written, easy to read, and most importantly, backed by scripture. Curtis does a great job of putting complex issues into easy to understand ideas. Now, if I can just preach this as well as it was written!"  - Tom

 

"This book is written by a very devout man and one who has a very special relationship with God. I am in my 80's and had my share of opportunities to die. I have no fear of death but have had many questions. What this book has given me is a renewed faith that my savior will hold me in his hands and grant forgiveness." - David

 

"You will truly have NO fear of dying when you finish reading this book! This is a well written book with all the tools and biblical references that you need to understand death." - Mark

 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1: Fight or Flight

The Universal Fear

Two Afraid

You Can Know in Advance

Chapter 2: I Want to Die Quietly in My Sleep

So Mysterious . . . and Certain

Chapter 3: Where Did He Go?

The Four Milestones of My Life

The Spiritual Leader Who Didn't Understand

Discovering the Answers about Death

Chaper 4: The First Thing We Need to Know

The Claim of One

Why Is the Resurrection So Important?

Was Jesus Resurrected After Death?

Is a Physical Resurrection Important?

Will We Be Resurrected?

Chapter 5: AfterLife

Will We Go Through Purgatory?

One Second After We Die

"Place" or "Space"?

Chapter 6: Another Dimension

The "Spiritual Dimension"

Baalim's Donkey

Elisha's Army

The Stoned Deacon

Who Were All Those Men?

Invisible, but Real

Here and Now

Chapter 7: The Heaven Now

Present Heaven

A Real "Place"

Is Paradise Heaven?

Will I Have a Body in the Present Heaven?

Can Our Loved Ones See Us?

Can We Talk to Our Loved Ones?

What About "Soul Sleep"?

Chapter 8: Life After Life After Death

What We Lost in the Garden

Immortality

Extraordinary Capacities

Innocence

Chapter 9: A Physical Resurrection

Will Our Actual Physical Bodies Be Resurrected?

Earth Suits

Physical Bodies vs. Spiritual Bodies

Paul's Mystery

Chapter 10: New Bodies!

Our Key Questions

I Want a Better Body!

What Will Our Resurrected Bodies Be Like?

Flesh and Blood

Recognizable?

New Capacities

Resurrection According to Paul

Innocence Regained

Immortality Restored

Will There Be Time in Heaven?

Better Than the Beginning

At What Age?

Scattered Bodies?

Deformities and Scars?

Relationships?

Marriage?

Chapter 11: Cosmic Renewal

God's "Re" Words

The New Earth and the New Jerusalem

Nations on the New Earth

Open Gates

The Tree of Life and Immortality

Will the New Jerusalem Be the Bride of Christ?

Will Heaven Be Boring?

Will You Be a Quart Jar or Gallon Jug?

Chapter 12: Will "Non-Believers" Be Resurrected?

Two Resurrections

After Death / Before Resurrection

Chapter 13: Amy and Lulla

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